Benois de la Danse nominee

Greta Hodgkinson hails from Providence, RI (USA).

In 1990 after she graduated from the National Ballet School in Toronto, she was admitted to The National Ballet of Canada. Artistic skill and brilliant dance technique, which Hodgkinson demonstrated in all her roles, won over the admiration of audiences.

Her roles included Juliet in “Romeo and Juliet“, Hanna in “Merry Widow“, Aurora in “Sleeping Beauty”, Katherina in „The Taming of the Shrew,” Nikiya in „La Bayadere,” Giselle and Manon.

During the last season (1998-1999) Greta Hodgkinson danced as Odette/Odille in the world premiere of James Kudelka's “Swan Lake“.

She also gained fame due to her performances in the pieces of contemporary choreographers: Summer in Kudelka's “Four Seasons,” Pas des Deux in Forsythe's „Herman Scherman”, roles in ballets by Glen Tetley and George Balanchine.

Miss Hodgkinson performed as a guest artist in Paris, Stuttgart, Sydney.